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Founder and Board Chairman of GN Bank, Dr. Papa Kwesi Nduom is engaging in an educative television programme dubbed, ‘Made in Here’ tonight. The program which has been airing for the past six weeks has focused on why it is necessary for Ghanaians to patronise made in Ghana products.
Dr. Nduom over the weeks has traced back the history of GN Bank, detailing how the founders worked hard to build what has become today, the bank with the widest footprint in Ghana and has crossed the continents, including Africa and the United States of America.
The business mogul among other things recounted how he had to wait for nine years in order to be granted a license to start a savings and loans company called 1st National Savings and Loans.
Dr. Nduom is of the opinion that no nation can develop and lift its people out of poverty without enacting appropriate laws that protect and encourages local companies to grow.
GN Bank – The People’s Bank, which began as a savings and loans company in 2006, got its universal banking license in 2014 after three years of applying to the regulator, the Bank of Ghana. GN Bank has in the last four years grown to become the Bank with the most footprint of over 300 branches across the country.
Watch a livestream of the program here:
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